EAST GREENBUSH - Students across the country holding walkouts are remembering the victims and demanding action on gun control.
A community in Rensselaer continues to mourn after an early morning fire on Sunday that killed two adults and a child.
Johnny Qquendo was sentenced to 27 years to life behind bars on Monday. That's the maximum. He's the man who murdered his stepdaughter, Noel Alkaramla, in Troy back in 2015.
Friends and neighbors gathered Sunday night outside the home for a vigil honoring the victims.
RPI men's hockey assistant coach Nolan Graham is recovering after a serious accident on Tuesday evening. Graham was walking out of Rite-Aid with his 7-year-old nephew and was struck by a vehicle.
The Troy PBA says it's time the city starts worrying first about fixing the broken equipment they already have before installing additional cameras.
Two adults and one child died in an early Sunday morning fire in Rensselaer.
Hundreds of students from across the Capital Region put their problem solving skills to the test on Saturday.
It may not be St. Patrick's Day yet, but don't tell folks in Troy.
Alexander Wilson and Shaina Devarie are locked up at the Albany County Jail after police say they caught the pair in Albany in a traffic stop that netted drugs and thousands in cash.
Catholic Central High School in Troy got a special delivery from the Library of Congress on Friday.
The body of a missing Rensselaer woman was found in the Hudson River on Saturday morning.
Police in Rensselaer are looking for a missing woman they say might be a danger to herself.
Convicted killer Johnny Oquendo will represent himself when he's sentenced next Monday in Rensselaer County Court.
Plenty of people were out Thursday working to try and clear away all of the snow. However, some people need a little help.
The Red Cross is helping 18 people after a fire broke out in an apartment building in Troy.
With another storm on the way, about 500 customers in the Capital Region are still without power. Most are in Columbia County and several dozen are still without power in Rensselaer County.
Jeffrey and John Wait were removing a car from the median of I-90, when an alleged drunken driver smashed into Jeffrey and two state police troopers.
Friday's storm knocked out power to tens of thousands of people. Most residents in the Capital Region have the power back, but residents in Petersburgh say they're still in the dark.
The decision was made following a unanimous vote by the committee, citing decreased public interest and participation in the parade during the last six years.
There was a sign of spring Sunday in Troy, even though it may not feel like it quite yet.
Two troopers and a tow truck driver are recovering at Albany Medical Center this morning after Sunday's I-90 crash. It was early Sunday morning eastbound on I-90 in Rensselaer County, near exit 8. State Police say the frightening series of events began when the driver of a Suburu lost control of his car while talking on a cell phone and wound up in the snow covered median.
The Molecularium Project started at RPI’s Nanotechnology Center in 2000.
It's neighbor negotiation at the corner of 7th Ave. & 112th St. One man guiding a snowblower comes four houses down to help another man, Joe Riley, who just had shoulder surgery. Meantime, that Riley's wife is cleaning off a car for their tenant.
There is finally some positive news for the town of Hoosick Falls after dealing with water contamination for nearly four years.
There has been another shooting threat at Berlin Middle/High School.
A special meeting will be held in Hoosick Falls this evening to discuss payment offers from Saint-Gobain and Honeywell.
Dozens of people gathered Saturday afternoon at the First United Presbyterian Church in Troy, protesting the handling of the police involved shooting of Dahmeek McDonald.
Fire brought down a cluttered old farmhouse in East Schodack Friday morning.
The saying is "persistence pays off" and it certainly did in the case of a North Greenbush woman. For years, she had ideas that never quite panned out until now.
Students at Thursday’s vigil in Troy read the names and a description of each of the victims. They also lit a candle after. While they didn't know the victims personally, they said that doesn't matter.
A new study says areas of the Hudson River from Troy to New York City are spiked with pharmaceuticals that could pose a threat to aquatic life.
You may have seen their faces line the streets of Troy and other cities. Military banners serve as a reminder that the heroes who served our country are not forgotten. Now, four more service members will line 8th Street outside of RPI. Their story starts 75 years ago and thanks to the son of one of the men in a photograph, it will end, hopefully with a return home.
John McGrath of Troy never made it home from World War II. His fighter plane crashed in the Pacific in 1945, just weeks before the war ended. Now, a researcher wants to find McGrath's plane.
Police say a violent man was arrested twice on the same day.
Police say she left her three children home alone and then the house caught on fire. Charlyce Cherry was in Troy City Court on Tuesday to be arraigned.
Police say a Troy house fire was started by young children who had been left home alone by their mother overnight. Neighbors and a passing driver rushed to help the girls.
A mother of three young children has been arrested following a Sunday morning house fire in Troy. Charlyce Cherry, 27, has been charged with child endangerment after police say she left her children unattended.
26-year-old Charlie Hardt is the suspect in connection with robbing Don Cook Jewelry in North Greenbush.
Police are on high alert in the Capital Region, two days after the school tragedy in Florida. One student was arrested at Berlin High School, accused of making a threat in relation to the shooting in Florida.
The Capital Region is welcoming new Americans. A naturalization ceremony was held Friday morning at Columbia High School.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — During World War II, four American servicemen who graduated from the same upstate New York high school had their photo taken for the yearbook: a Coast Guardsman, a Navy pilot, a sailor and a soldier. The pilot never made it home and is still listed as missing in action.
Troy now has a new police chief on the job. Brian Owens is a 20-year veteran of the department and was born and raised in Troy. He takes over for John Tedesco, who retired last month.
Troy is putting the finishing touches on its master plan for the next 25 years. It includes heavy investment in neighborhoods and something called "waterfront lobbies."
A Troy man was arrested and charged with driving drunk. Police say his blood alcohol content was three times the legal limit.
Sleet and freezing rain made for some icy roadways on Sunday morning.
Children were able to roll up their sleeves and get an inside look at a career in engineering on Saturday.
Robert Durivage retired Friday as chief of the North Greenbush Police Department.
Troy police are searching for a thief after the SEFCU branch on Hoosick Street was held up.
It took Troy 26 days to hire a new police chief. Albany has been without a permanent chief for 13 months.
There's a new chief at the Troy Police Department. Mayor Patrick Madden announced Thursday Assistant Chief Brian Owens has been promoted to chief.
In Rensselaer County, neighbors were helping neighbors dig out on Wednesday. One of them was Dawn Parent of Troy. Parent spent hours with her son clearing sidewalks and stoops in her neighborhood. A young neighbor also joined in.
A Troy man who sent and received child pornography was sentenced to 10 years in prison Wednesday. Joshua Lozo, 36, pleaded guilty last October.
When the snow started falling Wednesday morning, NewsChannel 13 got a call that Troy was running out of road salt.
State DOT and local road crews say they are prepared to deal with all the snow. Plow trucks are ready to roll first thing Tuesday morning to keep the roads clear.
Amanda Monroe crashed into a tree Saturday night.
A Troy police officer indicted last week has retired. A police spokesperson tells NewsChannel 13 John Comitale filed his papers on Friday.
The true meaning of teamwork was on display Saturday in Troy.
Increased charges also revealed in Rensselaer County Court for officer already facing charges.
Nine people were arrested following a series of raids throughout the city on Thursday evening.